News & Press

These are the latest news stories and press releases from the MCIA. You can also find new registration statistics, which are updated monthly.

News & Press Releases

January 2017

MCIA establishes provisional Brexit position

23rd January 2017

Following three MCIA Brexit Special Member Group meetings, the Association has established a provisional position.  MCIA believes that if this is achieved, the Motorcycle sector in the UK would be in the best possible position in a post Brexit world. Before committing to this position publicly the MCIA is consulting with members.
 


Industry has opportunity to influence new rules for testing and training

18th January 2017

The motorcycle Industry Association (MCIA) urges all those involved in the motorcycle industry to complete a DVSA consultation on testing and training, before the deadline on February 17th.


MCIA board member Dean Clements wins award

18th January 2017

MCIA board member Dean Clements, was recognised for 'services to the motorcycle industry' at this year's British Dealer News Awards.
 


Press Release: Industry has opportunity to influence new rules for testing and training

18th January 2017

The Motorcycle Industry Association (MCIA) urges all those involved in the motorcycle industry to complete a DVSA consultation on testing and training, before the deadline on February 17th.
 


Wheels to Work Association - ITT for Clothing and Accessories

16th January 2017

Wheels to Work Association - Procurement Programme - Opportunity to Tender for the Supply of Motorcycle Clothing and Accessories.

 


2016 motorcycle and scooter sales are up

10th January 2017

Total registrations for new motorcycles, scooters and mopeds rose by 11.7% during 2016. A total of 128,644 new machines were registered between January and December, compared to 115,121 for 2015.


Press Release: Motorcycle and scooter sales up for 2016

10th January 2017

Total registrations for new motorcycles, scooters and mopeds rose by 11.7% during 2016. A total of 128,644 new machines were registered between January and December, compared to 115,121 for 2015.